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Motorcycles in crash on Highway 70 in Taylor County

By Larry Joe Smith

Taylor County Sheriff Allen Newton reports that Ethan Boils age 21 of Campbellsville was traveling west on Liberty Road highway 70 on his Harley Davidson when when he collided with another Harley Davidson motorcycle operated by Randy Mack age 55 of Knifley.

The accident occurred at the new Campbellsville bypass and highway 70. Mack was airlifted to Louisville with a head injury.



Sheriff Newton said the accident occurred when Mack had slowed down in the construction zone of the new bypass.

The Saturday night motorcycle mishap occured at 8:56pm and was investigated by Dickie Benningfield with the Taylor County Sheriffs Department.


This story was posted on 2022-04-17 21:54:37
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